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Presentation on conference 'Stadt der Ströme' - City of Flows in Potsdam. Presentation of Aarhus Urban Mediaspace as an example on how a new library building changes the town, changes the library …

Presentation on conference 'Stadt der Ströme' - City of Flows in Potsdam. Presentation of Aarhus Urban Mediaspace as an example on how a new library building changes the town, changes the library building as a concept and how the library functions change from a building for books to a building for citizens and relations

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  1. THE LIBRARY AS UNITING FACTOR IN A SOCIETY OF CHANGE Potsdam 13. 07 2012 Knud SchulzCitizens and Library Services
  2. Knud Schulz• Manager of the Main Library in Aarhus 25 years• Librarian and Master of Public Management• Mentor INELI (International Network of Emerging Library Innovators) Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation• Member of the client group Urban MediaSpace Aarhus• Daily work focus – transforming the Main Library to “Urban Mediaspace”• ksc@aarhus.dk• www.slideshare.net apx.28.500 m2 incl. 17.500 m2 library space Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  3. Denmarkpopulation 5.5 mill.5 regionsAarhuspopulation 300.000 Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  4. AgendaThe Library• as a place/spot• as a space• as a relationExample Aarhus Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  5. Libraries and urban development Model of the public library in urban developmentCasper HvenegaardHenrik JochumsenDorte Skot-HansenIVA – Royal School of Libraryand Information Science
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  8. 2015 2014Client: City of AarhusPartner: Realdania, Realdania BygClient Advisor: Rambøll DKArchitects: schmidt hammer lassen architectsCo-advisers: Arkitekt Kristine Jensens Tegnestue Knud Schulzand Alectia A/S ServicesCitizens and Library
  9. June 2011 Knud SchulzCitizens and Library Services
  10. Project elements• Mediaspace:• Main Library• Citizens’ Services 17.500 m2• Partners and network 11.000 m2• Automatic parking space - 1000 cars• Two new urban harbour squares• Arrival centre for light rail• Uncovering of the river• Traffic regulation• App.: 255 mill Euro
  11. Transforming the flow in the center of Aarhus• reduce car traffic to a Third part in front of the harbour• etablish a light rail station• open the end of the river• bring acces to 800 m waterfront• a new bike and walk route• etablish a new ’mainstreet’ along the river and up the Schulz Knud waterfront Citizens and Library Services
  12. AgendaThe Library• as a place/spot• as a space• as a relation Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  13. Urban Mediaspace- rethinking library and space Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  14. The Vision • A unique space for co- operation • A place for dialogue, knowledge, ideas and inspiration • An open and informal learning space • A unique place for children People is key factor Knud SchulzCitizens and Library Services
  15. Seven Core ValuesThe Citizen as Key FactorLifelong Learning and UnityDiversity, co-operation and networkCulture and ExperienceBridging Citizen, Technology and KnowledgeFlexible and Professional OrganisationA Sustainable Icon for Aarhus
  16. The Multimedia House– a building of many talents An attractive building of international quality • A new main library • Citizens’ Services • Partners and networks Total area: 28.000 m2 incl. 10.000 m2 optional (partners renting) Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
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  23. The library as a space – in the future?• The building supports the needs of the users• The building interacts with the surroundings and environment• The building acts adaptively Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
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  25. AgendaThe Library• as a place/spot• as a space• as a relation Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  26. The Knowledge Society• From libraries for books/medias - to libraries for man/human Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  27. The Change Ivar Moltke, CreateFrom Toinformation that can be found What can only beanywhere experienced at the librarySpace for media Space as a mediaOn-line On siteInformation MeaningFacts CredibilityMeeting information Meeting peopleKnowing ExperimentingVisitors Resource personNeutrality SensingSeriousness Sense of humour Knud SchulzArranged events Things that Citizens and Library Services happen
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  29. Transformation Lab• The entrance – the former place for controlling the users• 2-300 m2• New projects every 5-6 month• Bringing the traditional work fields of the library into the LAB• Developing new support of the users – depending on the room, the media, the connectivity and the competencies Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  30. LiteratureLAB Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  31. iFloor – interactivity between people• Social interactivity in the library space• User to user to staff• Interactivity depends on the body• communication through – Mobile – SMS – PC• Informal - Competition• Funny Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  32. iFloor Knud SchulzCitizens and Library Services
  33. NewsLAB Knud SchulzCitizens and Library Services
  34. Robots• Eye catcher• Social interactivity• Communication inside and outside the library• Interactivity• Learning communication Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
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  36. Teknomorfose - ExhibitionLAB Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  37. The Square Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
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  39. FictionLAB NewsLAB MusicLAB ExhibitionLAB DemocracyLAB The Square Knud SchulzCitizens and Library Services
  40. The strategy for changing • The need for rethinking the library • The need for a fusion between physical – virtual • Focus on development • Bringing new skills into the library • Promoting learning in the organization • Force users to dismiss the Knud Schulz as library brand book Citizens and Library Services
  41. The library as a space – in the future?• The building supports the needs of the users• The building interacts with the surroundings and environment• The building acts adaptively Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  42. The ChangeFromTransactions – loans, search etc.Virtual PhysicalRelations – new services based on facilitating relational communication Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  43. Logistic - the returning system - transactions Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  44. Facilitating relations Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  45. The Innovation Strategy“..to generate ideas is to be creative; to convert ideas to results is to be innovative. Being innovative in an organized and user-oriented fashion is the essential competitive parameter of the 21st century…”Steve Jobs, Apple inc. Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  46. Users as focal point• Users are the potentiality of change• Users should be part of the ​innovation processes - from the creative phase to testing and realisation Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  47. Userdriven process• From tradition to transcendence – the users deconstruct ”old knowledge” to create new sense Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  48. Development Process Knud SchulzCitizens and Library Services
  49. Why the Children’s Interactive Library??1940 2005 Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  50. Children’s participation • Users • Design sessions • Metaphorical starting points • Etnoraids Knud SchulzCitizens and Library Services
  51. The Children’s Interactive Library – from project to prototype
  52. User driven innovation Knud SchulzCitizens and Library Services
  53. Subject Browsing - Story Surfer Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  54. Interaction at the Table Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  55. Local history - balloon voyage• Reading aloud original text containing local history• Old films converted to digital formats• RFID technology Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  56. Modern library practice andstrategies – means that roles constantly change
  57. RethinkingDo we need to disintegrate the library before reconstructing it?The change in society and the way of living are creating new premises for the need of the libraryThe identity of the human beings are related to and depending on new ways of communicationThe digitalization means informations are in your pocket everywhere Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  58. - A Danish Report 2010 Knud Schulz Citizens’ and library service Aarhus
  59. The Public Library of the Knowledge Society Reckognition/Experience Innovation EmpowermentD.Skot-Hansen Knud SchulzC.H. RasmussenH. Jochumsen Involvement/Engagement Citizens and Library Services
  60. The Public Library of the Knowledge Society Reckognition/Experience InnovationD.Skot-Hansen Knud SchulzC.H. Rasmussen Citizens and Library ServicesH. Jochumsen
  61. Inspiration space• The space for meaningful experiences that is to say experiences that move us• The space should open up to the irrational, emotional and chaotic by communicating a diversion of aesthetic experiences.• This can happen through storytelling or other artistic expressions within all kinds of media, cultural forms and genres.• The inspiration space should make the user want to move beyond the usual choices and to come back.• The library space in itself may also be an experience and work as a stage for events and cultural arrangements.• The inspiration space especially supports realisation (cognition)/experience and innovation. Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  62. individual concentration Knud SchulzCitizens and Library Services
  63. Music Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  64. digital media Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  65. Inspiration Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  66. events Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  67. appearance Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  68. book clubs Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  69. picture book Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  70. reading aloud Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  71. staging Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  72. The Public Library of the Knowledge Society Reckognition/Experience EmpowermentD.Skot-Hansen Knud SchulzC.H. Rasmussen Citizens and Library ServicesH. Jochumsen
  73. Learning space• Space where children, young people and adults can experience and explore the world and thus strengthen their competences and possibilities through free and easy access to information and knowledge• Learning is seen as a dialogue oriented process that is based on the users’ own experiences and their wishes to define their own learning needs• Often takes place in informal settings which do not have learning as the goal – learning happens through play, music and many other activities• Should meet the needs of especially young people for a more experience oriented learning through the development of playful, interactive and social learning methods.• Learning is strengthened through the use of homework cafes, study places, open courses and experiment areas.• The learning space especially supports realisation (cognition)/experience and empowerment. Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  74. teaching Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  75. courses Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  76. informal learning Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  77. consultations Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  78. one to one Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  79. homework cafe Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  80. guidance Knud SchulzCitizens and Library Services
  81. access to knowledge Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  82. selfservice Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  83. The Public Library of the Knowledge Society EmpowermenD.Skot-Hansen Knud SchulzC.H. RasmussenH. Jochumsen Involvement/Engagement Citizens and Library Services
  84. Meeting space• An open, public space where citizens as a third space between home and work can meet others who are both as themselves and different from themselves• Arenaes, where you can meet other people with different interests and values and encounter opinions that challenge you through discussions and debate, are necessary• In the meeting space both non-committal, random encounters can take place through lounge décor with newspapers and café atmosphere as well as more organised meetings• This can take place both live and on the Internet in chatgroups, blogs or other social media.• The meeting space especially supports empowerment and engagement Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  85. meetings Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  86. lectures Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  87. discussions Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  88. debates Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  89. politics Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  90. being together Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  91. The Public Library of the Knowledge Society InnovationD.Skot-Hansen Knud SchulzC.H. RasmussenH. Jochumsen Involvement/Engagement Citizens and Library Services
  92. Performative space• Users can interact with others for inspiration to create new creative expressions in the encounter with art and culture• Users can get access to tools that support their creative expressions through interactive games and writing-, sound- and video-workshops• The users can also get support in their creative expressions through workshops with professional artists, designers, multimedia developers etc.• Can act as a platform for communication by publishing and distributing the work and products of the users and by giving access to stages where users can perform and express themselves.• The performative space especially supports engagement and innovation. Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  93. writing workshops Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  94. experiment Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  95. edutainment Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  96. Workshops Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  97. playing Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  98. gaming Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  99. gaming Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
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  101. Whypartnerships? Lack of resources and competences in libraries Knowledge, inspiration from others Need of diversity, quality, research in service production Communication and marketing New ambassadors Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  102. ExamplesStrategic Partnerships Mapping the network Partnership clusters Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  103. Partnership clusters - examples• Children and Families Children theatres, culture institutions, Centre for Playware, Alexandra Institute, Centre for Pervasive Computing, public schools• Knowledge and Learning Universities, educational institutions, free adult education, Homework help organisations, NGO’s• Fiction Publishers, author organisations, reading clubs, author schools, writing workshops, poetry clubs, free adult education , news media• Mindspot Public Schools, High Schools, youth organisations and clubs, festivals Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  104. Whats next? Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  105. Transformation Lab II Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  106. Stageing Urban Mediaspace• Create an illusion of the building under construction• Walk in the 3D model• Setting the stage for tests, user operated services, innovations, new designs, incl. elements to be used in the new building• Involve the users in the work• Prepare the citizens• Prepare the staff• Brand the new library Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  107. What is the concept of the new Library• Transform the library from the brand of a building housing books• to a building supporting and interacting with userneeds Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  108. Summing up• Merge technology, space and competencies• Involve the users in the innovation• Make partnerships competencies and a broader ownership of the library• Tell new stories about the library brand• Innovate your libraries or die Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
  109. Library potentialsThe library include many rationalities in a perspective of developing cities• Democracy• Inclusion/empowerment• Partnerships• Innovation• Learning Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services
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  111. We can do it• Can Libraries spark Innovation? – Yes we can• Let’s light up our potentialsThank you for listening Knud Schulz Citizens and Library Services

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